Ankara blast R 311.
(photo credit: REUTERS/ Omer Kaya)
ANKARA - A bomb blast in the center of the Turkish capital Ankara on
Tuesday killed at least two people, Turkish television stations reported.RELATED:
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Police were not immediately available for comment on the explosion which a TV station said occurred in a minibus.
Television images showed several parked cars ablaze in front of a local government office, while a plume of thick smoke rose over the
A bomb squad was deployed to the location of the blast, and the area was cordoned off, BBC reported.
Nine people were reportedly taken to a nearby hospital with injuries.